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Yes it's possible one of your icons uses 16-bit colour, and explains why we don't see other/many reports of this crash. In theory we should hit this problem more often, given that we have: /usr/share/icons/hicolor/ and "high color" means 16-bit (or 15-bit). But apparently most icons in there
optimized out, alas. But: (gdb) frame 9 #9 surface_from_pixmap (xdisplay=xdisplay@entry=0x56149472f000, xpixmap=xpixmap@entry=31457330, height=, width=) at x11/iconcache.c:325 325 return cairo_xlib_surface_create_with_xrender_format (xdisplay, xpixmap, DefaultScreenOfDisplay
I would be curious to see the value of 'depth' in: standard_pict_format_for_depth (int depth) Maybe it's a valid but unusual value. Or maybe it's junk, so your theory about memory corruption sounds plausible... -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop
That's annoying. We should be able to retrace any crash from any package versions. Seems like we've made reporting crashes more difficult than it should be. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gnome-shell in Ubuntu.
Too late! The world has moved on, and I can no longer upload this bug: You have some obsolete package versions installed. Please upgrade the following packages and check if the problem still occurs: libdb5.3, libplist3, libssl1.1, openssl I guess if it happens on another machine, I'll upload
If you're coming from a 17.10 or older system then you will need to apply the workaround from bug 994921 first. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gnome-shell in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1766938 Title:
Sure, sorry for uploading it wrong in the first place. The new bug is ... uh... it didn't create one, it just went into the ether, in a cloud of dots. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gnome-shell in Ubuntu.